Study looks at smoking ban's effect on health
By TAD VEZNER and LUKE SHOCKMAN
BLADE STAFF WRITERS
A study released today by an anti-smoking group on the effects of smoking bans in Toledo and Bowling Green showed a sharp drop in heart attacks in Bowling Green following implementation of its ban.
The heart-attack study — done by public health researchers at the Medical College of Ohio and funded by the Ohio Tobacco Use Prevention and Control Foundation — did not analyze heart attack rates in Toledo because its ban has been fully enforced only since January and 2004 health data are not yet available.
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